Welcome to the St Stephens and West Church Website.

Broughty Ferry, 96 Dundee Road, Dundee, DD5 1DW.

Scottish Charity No: SCO03714

St Stephens and West Church
Church Location
The Windows
St Stephens and West Church, Broughty Ferry


Places and Times of Worship


Sunday Morning Worship within St Stephen's & West will be conducted by:


October 11 am 4th October The Minister
  11 am 11th October The Rev George Robeson
  11 am 18th October The Minister
Holy Communion 11 am 25th October The Rev Donald Fraser
November 11 am 1st The Minister
Remembrance 10.50 am 10.50 am 8th The Rev Donald Fraser
  11 am 15th The Rev Donald Fraser
  11 am 22nd The Minister
  11 am 29th The Rev Donald Fraser


Hire of the Church Hall.

Please contact Ron McPherson on - phone 01382 730786.


See other information for Sunday Services


Pastoral Care - Tthe Rev Keith Hall should be Contacted by any members who may require pastoral care at: 33 Strathern Road, West Ferry, DD5 1PP
Tel: 778808 email: internos@keith-hall.uk

In order to avoid unnecessary disappointment, those residing within our parish and who seek Baptism for their infants or the solemnisation of Holy Matrimony should contact The Minister in the first instance.
Pastoral oversight of the congregation is now the sole responsibility of our minister whose contact details are: 33 Strathern Road, West Ferry, Dundee DD5 1PP
Tel: 778808 email: Keith Hall

Message from the Partner Minister Rev Keith Hall

Situation of Church

The Church is situated at the corner of Westfield Road and Brook Street, at the West End of Broughty Ferry and was formed by the union of St. Stephen's Church and the West United Free Church, Broughty Ferry on the 8th November 1962. A very impressive church designed by Thomas S. Robertson and built in 1871, with galleried nave and many interesting features. An outstanding series of stained glass windows by Edward Burne-Jones, manufactured by William Morris & Co.

(Read more on the History of The Church)

Church services


After the morning services we warmly welcome you to come round to the Church Hall to have tea, coffee, etc and to have a chat with friends.

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